Senate questions big tech companies over privacy issues

Senate questions big tech companies over privacy issues

Representatives from Facebook, Amazon, Apple, and Google gathered at Capital Hill on Tuesday and tackled questions in three different hearings in both the House and Senate. Senators criticized them over privacy issues and data protection as Facebook prepares to roll out its own cryptocurrency or digital money called the Libra.

Sandra
Sandra
Paul C
Paul C 6 months

I believe this is what you would usually term a rhetorical question.

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 6 months

This actually an easy problem to fix. Pass a law saying any data stored on a computer is public. If you share any of your "private" information you are guilty of being a moron.

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 6 months

Why are these "tech" companies, (a misnomer BTW), held to a different standard than the government, banks, insurance companies or Sony Playstation? Muddle headed Luddites playing at being knowledgeable about those computers thingies.

nood19
nood19 6 months

I hope this actually leads to something on the future.

Vicrageous
Vicrageous 6 months

Censorship and Election Interference were a big part of the questionings as well. How about adding that to the headline for accuracy?

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